Posted: Friday, January 19, 2024 07:13 PM


The Registered Nurse performs nursing functions and supervises other RNs, LPNs, and other assistive personnel in the performance of nursing care according to the State Nurse Practice Act. The Registered Nurse assesses patient needs, plans and implements patient care, and evaluates the effectiveness of care provided. Education See License/Certification Requirements Licenses & Certifications *Alabama Registered Nurse License *Healthcare Provider (CPR) Qualifications *NOTE: ACLS within 6 months of hire. *NOTE: BLS must be obtained within 30 days of hire. Requirements: Area of Responsibilities *CARE ACROSS THE LIFESPAN: Use knowledge of physiologic norms and developmental level, signs and symptoms of abuse and neglect in assessing and interpreting data to effectively communicate and adapt techniques for administering medications and treatments, educating and involving patients' families in care for ages and populations served. *PATIENT ASSESSMENT PLANNING CARE: Assess and plan patient care considering biophysical, psychosocial, and spiritual patient care needs. Establish patient goals to meet identified health care needs, select interventions and document the plan of care in Electronic Health Record. Set priorities and utilize personnel appropriately. Effectively communicate with physicians and other members of the health care team. *PATIENT INTERVENTION AND EVALUATION: Provide safe and effective nursing care. Administer medications, nutritional supplements, IV fluids and blood products per policy. Educate the patient significant other regarding their disease process and discharge planning. Coordinate patient care with other departments. Recognize changes in patient's condition, take action, request assistance as necessary. Participate in multi-disciplinary patient care planning conferences. Document in compliance with hospital policy and procedures and regulatory agency requirements. *PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Responsible for knowledge of state, federal, and regulatory agency rules and regulations, hospital policies and procedures, (including OSHA Blood Borne Pathogen regulations, restraint and pain management requirements) and standards of nursing practice. Evaluates self and meets pre-established professional goals. Participates in required annual hospital wide and nursing continuing education *TEAM MEMBER Act as a resource to students, new employees and other personnel. Assist other staff members in providing care. Timely attendance at unit staff meeting and mandatory in-services. Show consideration for Team by reporting on time for shift and taking only allotted time for breaks. Assist in control and maintenance of supplies and equipment Compliance Statement Employee performs within the prescribed limits of Tanner Health System's Ethics and Compliance program. Is responsible to detect, observe, and report compliance variances to their immediate supervisor, the Compliance Officer, or the Hotline. Education See License/Certification Requirement Experience No prior work experience required Licenses & Certifications *Alabama Registered Nurse License *Healthcare Provider (CPR) or must be obtained within 30 days of hire. Supervision *Supervises and directs work of other RNs, LPNs, and Nurse Techs as appropriate. Qualifications *NOTE: ACLS within 6 months of hire into ED, ICU, Surgery, PACU, L&D, SSU if taking GI call, or Cath Lab. *NOTE: NRP within 6 months of hire into Nursery and L&D. *NOTE: PALS within one year of hire in PACU Definitions *The Registered Nurse performs nursing functions and supervises other RNs, LPNs, and other assistive personnel in the performance of nursing care according to the state nurse practice act. The Registered Nurse assesses patient needs, plans and implements patient care, and evaluates the effectiveness of care provided. Contact With Others Requires frequent but limited contacts with many others to do job, or extensive contacts with a limited number of categories of people to apply procedures or treatment. Requires discretion and tact to interpret departmental procedures. Effect Of Error Probable errors may be serious and involve losses such as improper costs, overpayment, waste of material, damage to equipment, and delay in processing work. Effect usually confined within the organization. Most of work not subject to direct verification or check. Regularly works with some confidential data such as account, salaries, patient medical records, which if disclosed might have adverse internal or external effects. Supervisory Responsibility Has limited supervision over a large section of employees (15 up), i.e. assigns and directs their work; instructs new employees and corrects results, may discuss with supervisor, but has no authority over job content or personnel. Team governance where the Members evaluate, interview, and recommend personnel actions. Mental Demands Work involves a variety of problems in a general field, some of which are complex. Involves some independent judgment to decide what to do to assemble facts, determine variations from standard procedures, or plan other action to be taken to meet general objectives. Physical Effort Considerable physical effort - Lifts, carries, or handles medium weight equipment, materials, or supplies most of day. Occasional physical effort with heavy objects (over 60 lbs.). Works in reaching or strained positions frequently. Working Conditions Considerable - (About 75% of the day) Involved in exposure to dirt, odors, noise, or some work is performed with exposure to temperature/weather extremes/occupational risk and probability of coming into contact with blood borne pathogens, other potentially infectious diseases, or biomedical/bio-hazardous materials. Working Conditions Aspects For Immunizations *Performs tasks involving contact with blood, blood-contaminated body fluids, other body fluids, or sharps (needles) *Directly works with Patients less than 12 months of age Physical Aspects Continually (at least once per day) *Hearing *Visual *Speaking Frequently (at least 3 times a week) *Bending *Typing *Manual Dexterity - picking, pinching with fingers etc. *Feeling (Touch) - determining temperature, texture, by touching *Reaching - above shoulder *Reaching - below shoulder *Color Vision *Standing *Walking *Handling - seizing, holding, grasping *Carrying *Smelling *Pushing/Pulling - up to 25 lbs. *Pushing/Pulling - 25 to 60 lbs. Occasionally (at least once a month) *Balancing *Running - In response to an emergency *Lifting up to 25 lbs. *Lifting 25 to 60 lbs. *Lifting over 60 lbs. *Kneeling *Squatting *N95 Respirator usage (PPE) *Pushing/Pulling - over 60 lbs.

Price - 64599.99999999999 - 81800

• Location: Wedowee, AL Wedowee, AL Alabama

• Post ID: 9058316829 Auburn

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